Polish grindcore band Exit Wounds largely continues where they left of on the fierce 17 Wounds of Exit MCD. The music is straight forward and brutal grindcore at it's most extreme. Exit Wounds is in most aspects a generic sounding effort. You have the usual bombardment of blastbeats, shouting vocals and brutal riffs as well as the obligatory samples, all blended to a toxic dose of brutality. The Poles do know how to exploit this to the maximum, but despite of the predictability the music don't get boring. It's all competently put together and with 30 songs in a little less than 23 minutes the band waste no time on unnecessary filler.
Variation is not the central turning point on the album, but the band does vary things enough so it doesn't end up as a same sounding blur of noise. The production is like on the MCD raw and dirty. It fits the music and gives it a dark appearance. If you liked the 17 Wounds of Exit MCD or just like straight forward and brutal grindcore in general then Exit Wounds is an effort that is well worth taking a closer look at. It doesn't come much crazier or extreme than this.